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Campus Events Calendar

Ongoing through Friday, October 21, 2016, 4pm

From Food Server to SDSU to Chairman and CEO

Join Julia as she shares her story and experiences. 

Julia A. Stewart, a nearly 45-year veteran of the restaurant industry, serves as chairman and CEO of DineEquity, Inc. (NYSE: DIN). DineEquity is one of the world’s largest full-service restaurant companies, which she led the creation of in 2007 by merging Applebee’s Neighborhood Grill & Bar and IHOP Restaurants into what is now a nearly $8 billion (system-wide sales) company. DineEquity franchises and operates more than 3,600 restaurants globally in 18 countries under the Applebee’s and IHOP brands, with over 385 independent franchisees. The company is based in Glendale, CA.

Ms. Stewart has demonstrated proven expertise and leadership in brand revitalization and positioning. Prior to creating DineEquity, she was the first female CEO of IHOP in the chain’s 57-year history. She implemented shifts in strategy that invigorated the brand, strengthened its franchising position and improved the company’s financial performance including more than doubling system-wide sales. IHOP is now the market share leader in family dining. After establishing DineEquity, she utilized a similarly focused, consumer-centric strategy to restore Applebee’s to the leadership position in casual dining.

Prior to leading IHOP and then forming DineEquity, Ms. Stewart served as President of Applebee’s. Earlier in her career, she also held key executive positions with Taco Bell, Burger King, Carl’s Jr., Black Angus/Cattle Company and Spoons Grill & Bar. Ms. Stewart’s passion for the restaurant business started with her first job as a teenage food server at IHOP in her native California. Ms. Stewart is a founding member of the Women’s Foodservice Forum (WFF), a vital industry organization dedicated to the development and advancement of women, and is the recipient of numerous industry awards, including being named Operator of the Year by Nation’s Restaurant News twice, recently in 2015.

She has served on the Board for Avery Dennison (NYSE: AVY) since being appointed in 2003 and is currently Chairman of the Board of The Children’s Bureau of Southern California, having been appointed in 2006. Ms. Stewart earned a bachelor’s degree in Communication from SDSU. She received an honorary doctorate in Business Admin from Johnson & Wales University. She and her family reside in the Los Angeles area.

Campus LocationProfessional Studies & Fine Arts
Room: 212
Event Type: Information Sessions, Lectures/Seminars, Meetings, Special Events, Workshops
Contact Name: Mary Darling
Contact Emailmdarling@mail.sdsu.edu
Contact Phone: 6195948299

Monday, September 26, 2016, 9 – 10:50am

The SDSU College of Engineering tutoring program is free to students and facilitated by the SDSU MESA program.  Tutors are SDSU students who have previously taken the course and earned a high letter grade.  Tutoring approaches can vary based on the number of students in need of tutoring and budget.  One or all of the approaches below may be used, as decided by tutor and staff:





• Drop-in tutoring



• Small group tutoring



• 1-on-1 tutoring

Campus LocationEngineering
Room: E208
Event Type: Academics
Contact Name: Eric Pamintuan
Contact Emailepamintuan@mail.sdsu.edu
Contact Phone: 619-594-7704
More infomep.sdsu.edu…

Monday, September 26, 2016, 10am – 12:50pm

The SDSU College of Engineering tutoring program is free to students and facilitated by the SDSU MESA program.  Tutors are SDSU students who have previously taken the course and earned a high letter grade.  Tutoring approaches can vary based on the number of students in need of tutoring and budget.  One or all of the approaches below may be used, as decided by tutor and staff:



Drop-in tutoring



Small group tutoring



1-on-1 tutoring

Campus LocationEngineering
Room: E208
Event Type: Academics
Contact Name: Eric Pamintuan
Contact Emailepamintuan@mail.sdsu.edu
Contact Phone: 619-594-7704
More infomep.sdsu.edu…

Monday, September 26, 2016, 10am – 12:50pm

The SDSU College of Engineering tutoring program is free to students and facilitated by the SDSU MESA program.  Tutors are SDSU students who have previously taken the course and earned a high letter grade.  Tutoring approaches can vary based on the number of students in need of tutoring and budget.  One or all of the approaches below may be used, as decided by tutor and staff:



Drop-in tutoring

Small group tutoring

1-on-1 tutoring

Campus LocationEngineering
Room: E208
Event Type: Academics
Contact Name: Eric Pamintuan
Contact Emailepamintuan@mail.sdsu.edu
Contact Phone: 619-594-7704
More infomep.sdsu.edu…

Monday, September 26, 2016, 12 – 12:50pm



Looking to deeply relax, open and release stress from both your body and mind? A classical form of hatha yoga, this slower-paced class is a safe way to begin a new yoga practice or deepen your advanced practice. Learn mindful breathing and relaxation techniques. Experience passive stretches that leave you feeling restored. Wearing layers of clothing is recommended. Equipment is provided. We recommend refraining from eating a large meal at least two hours in advance of the class.

Campus LocationAztec Student Union-Conrad Prebys
Room: Templo Mayor
Event Type: Workshops
Contact Name: Charissa Sutliff
Contact Emailgroupfitness@sdsu.edu
Contact Phone: 619-594-7268
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